Sensor Highway Limited has granted a sub-lease to RedLux Limited on The Quadrangle Abbey Park Romsey.
RedLux, the UK's leading developer of optical coordinate measuring machines (CMM), have taken a 13,000 square/feet industrial building to accommodate the company's recent growth and expanded customer base. The expansion is driven by an increase in damand for its leading metrology systems from clients in minnion-critical and technically advanced industries around the world.
"This move represents an existing and pivotal time for RedLux," said Christian Maul, CEO of RedLux. "We have recently seen a significant increase in demand for our ptical coordinate measuring machines, particularly with globel Orthopaedic and Automotive Engineering companies. We rapidly ran out of space in our previous location in Chandlers Ford and the new premises will allow us to keep pace with the demand for our systems, and also provide the much-needed office and lab space for our staff. Despite an uncertain policital and economic climate, we're delighted to be delivering one of the success stories for British engineering".
London Clancy acted on behalf of Sensor Highway Limited while Hughes Ellard advised RedLux Limited who were introduced by Charters Commercial.
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LONDON CLANCY RELOCATE THE RELOCATION SPECIALISTS
London Clancy have acted for HCR Group in moving their offices from one major office building to another at Basing View.
HCR have taken just less than 5,000 sq ft on the 8th floor at Network House.
Mark Clancy of London Clancy says “it is good news to keep such an important company as HCR within the Basing View Business Area given their long-standing connections with Basingstoke and their extensive customer base, which includes UK & International corporations, Governments and Foreign Embassies. HCR have won many awards for their specialist relocation services and their decision to remain both in the town and on Basing View is a first class endorsement of the location”.
HCR have entered into a new five year lease.
London Clancy are pleased to confirm that new instructions have been received to let Guilbert House, Greenwich Way, Andover. The property comprises a substantial office building conveniently situated on the Andover Ring Road with excellent road communications via the A303, A343, A34 and M3 and direct rail links to London Waterloo. The available accommodation provides predominantly open plan offices and impressive double height atrium and reception area, with office suites to let from 5,314 - 22,101 sq ft (493 – 2,053 sq m). The property sits within landscaped surroundings, has an excellent car parking facilities and local amenities such as the Enham Arch and Churchill Retail Parks and Tesco and Sainsbury’s supermarkets are within easy walking distance.
London Clancy, Chartered Surveyors and Commercial Property Consultants, are delighted to announce the appointment of Keith Enters MRICS to their team in Basingstoke as Senior Surveyor.
Keith is a Registered Valuer and will continue to deal with agency and professional advisory work across Hampshire and Berkshire from the Basingstoke Office.
Keith started his career in Newbury 10 years ago and has subsequently been based in Winchester and more recently, Andover.
Mark Clancy, joint founding Director of London Clancy says ‘We are delighted to welcome Keith and look forward to his extensive experience in the North Hampshire property market adding to our existing coverage across the region’.
Keith is the latest of three new appointments at London Clancy, with Suzanne Curtis joining as an Accounts Clerk and Tom Clancy as a Trainee Surveyor.